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W-unt5ville, Mobama 

March 28-30, 1975 



NATIONAL ALUMNI OFFICERS 

President Mr. Frank Davis 

Vice President Mrs. Minneola Williams, '51 

Corres. Secretary Mrs. June .lacobs, '58 

Rec. Secretary Miss Esther Rill, '53 

Treasurer Mr. Harold Jacobs, '64 

Ass't Treasurer Elder Ralph Davis, '53 

Parliamentarian Dr. Eva B. Dykes 

Sargeant-At-Arms Mr. Oliver Davis, '53 

Chaplain Elder Hector Mouzon, '59 

HOMECOMING WEEKEND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

VESPER Winton Forde 

Fellowship Dinner Susie Shurnev 

Divine Worship Harold L. Lee, '63 

Banquet Harold L. Lee, '63 

Sabbath School Esther Gill, '53 

Honors Earnest E. Rogers, '41 

Publicity Jonathan E. Roache 

Registration Esther Gill, '53 

Workshop Donald Blake, '53 

Fun Activities Donald Blake, '53 

Zeola Allston, '49 

HOMECOMING WEEKEND COORDINATOR 
Mrs. Minneola Williams 

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Welcome to historic and scenic Oakwood College. These are 

exciting days for us and we are happy you could be present to worship 

and fellowship on this the best and biggest Alumni Weekend ever! 
Our entire family (faculty, students, d'lrnini stratars 3nrd 

community) has been anticipating your arrival and stands ready to 
make your stay pleasurable. 

Welcome again and have a great time. 

Elder Calvin Rock 
PRESIDENT 

Again, I have the distinct privilege to welcome you to the beautiful campus 
of Oakwood College and to the most unique gathering of Oakwood Alumni. 

We appreciate your presence this weekend and invite you to involve yourselves 
in every activity which has been planned for your total awareness of the Oakwood College 
spirit known around the world. 

Alumni Homecoming at Oakwood College is an experience you must never miss. 

Frank R. Davis, National Alumni President 

One of the most worthwhile investments today is the expenditure 
for a Christian education, and the current economic crisis makes it 
one of the most costly. To meet this need, of a growing enrollment, 
Oakwood has expanded its facilities, its services, and its scope of 
instruction, and needs a continuing commitment for alumni and friends 
of financial support for scholarships and institutional growth. With 
your help and God's direction the job assigned to us to meet the 
challenges of our era will be done. 

Harold L. Lee 

Director of Alumni Affairs 



HIGHLIGHTS 



EIGHTH ANNUAL ALUMNI 

HOMECOMING 

OAKWOOD COLLEGE 
Huntsville, Alabama 

MARCH 28 - 30, 1975 



FRIDAY 



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- 12:00 Noon 

- 5:00 p.m. 

- 5:00 p.m. 

- 6:50 p.m. 

- 7:45 p.m. 

- 9:00 p.m. 


SABBATH 



6:30 a.m. 
9:15 a.m. 

10:45 a.m. 



SABBATH SCHOOL 



DIVINE WORSHIP 



Registration 

Blake Buildinq & Security Booths 

Workshops 

GOLF TOURNAMENT - Colonial Golf Course 

Tours & Movies - Oakwood Colleqe Archives 

Sinqspiration - "Oakwood Style" - Ashby 

VESPER - Eld. Earle Moore, '55 - Ashbv 

Fellowship SuDper - Colleqe Cafeteria 



Early Morninq Prayer Service 



Moran Hall 



Ashby Hall - Class of '45 
Moran Hall - Class of '65 ^ '75 
Edwards Hall - Academy Graduatinq Class 

Ashby Hall - Eld. B. Reaves, '55 
Moran Hall - Eld. E. Carter, 
Edwards Hall - Eld. W. Lee, '65 



4:00 p.m. 
8-00 p.m. 



HISTORY OF OAKWOOD STAGE PRODUCTION 



Ashby Hall 



BANQUET 2. Carriage Inn 

Student Recreation - Gymnasium & Moran Hall 



SUNDAY 



7:00 a.m. 

8:00 a.m. 
8:00 a.m. 
10:00 a.m. 
1 :00 p.m. 



8:00 a.m. 



12:00 Noon 



Meet the (Chapter) Presidents' Breakfast 
Colleqe Faculty Lounqe - Blake Buildinq 
Tour & Movies - Oakwood Colleqe Archives 
BUSINESS SESSION - Colleqe Faculty Lounqe 
Pathfinders On Review - Ashby Ha,ll 
GOLF TOURNAMENT - Colonial Golf Course 



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WORKSHOPS 

Genercil Topic: "The Role of Historically Black Institutions in American Hic^ier 
Educaticai. " 

FRIDAY MDRNING March 28, 1975 

GE3SIERAL SESSION: 9:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. 
Student Center, Blake Center 

Chairman: Dr. E. A. Cooper Speaker: Dr. Douglas Tate 

Dean, Oakwood College Vice Provost, Acadfiroic Affairs 

University of Missouri, Coluntia 



PROFESSIONAL SESSIONS - BLAKE CENTER 
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon 



BUSINESS 

President's Dining Room 

Moderator: Dr. Rosa Banks 

Department of Business 
Education & Secretarial 
Science, Oakwood College 



SpeaJcer: Dr. Thelma Dean 

Chairman, Division of Business 
Albany State College, Albany 
Albany, Georgia 



EDUCATION 

Faculty Lounge 

Moderator: Dr. R. T. McDonald 
Dept, of Education 
Oakwood College 



Provocateur: 



Dr. Nell Anthony 
Head, Dept. of Elementary 
Education, Alabama A&M University 
Huntsville, Alabama 



HUMANITIES 
Games Room 
Moderator: 



Dr. Irene Wakeham 
Dept. of English 
Oakwood College 



Provocateur: 



Ms. Ruth M. Greene 
Dean of Wcmen, Professor of English 
Winston-Salem State College 
Winston-Salon, North Carolina 



NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS 
Student Lounge 

Moderator: Dr. David Richardson 
Dept. of Chemistry 
OakwDod College 



Provocateur ; 



Dr. Huey M. Rc^s^-Anderson 
Head, Dept. of Cheiristr^' 
Johnson C. Smith University 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



SOCIAL SCIENCES AND THEOLOGY 
T. V. Roan 
Moderators : 



Dr. Earl Gooding 
Dept. of Behavoiral 
Sciences, Oakwood College 
Dr. Mervyn Warren 
Head, Dept. of Theology 
OakwDod College 



Provocateur: Dr. L. A. S\s-3_nr. 

Head, Departnent of Sociolccrs' 
risk Uni\'ersit%' 
Nashville, Tennessee 



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FUN ACTIVITIES 

Friday - March 28, 1975 
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 



I. SOETBALL GAME 

Coordinators: David Grandison, '65 & Anthony Paschal, '75 
OUTTIMERS (Faculty & Alumni) vs YOUNGBLOODS 

II. TENNIS 

Coordinators: Leonard Tucker, '73 & Ronald Barnes, '75 
Test youjf skills on the courts 

III. SWIMMING 
Coordinator: Nelson Bliss, '75 

Take a refreshing dip 
Exhibit your skills on the land 3 meter boards 
Wade in the shallows 

IV. GOLF 

Coordinators: Lynn Rdss & Dr. M. A. Warren, '58 
President's Golf Tournament 
(Friday 1:00 p.m. & Sunday 1:00 p.m.) 

V. GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION 
Coordinators: Luetilla Montgomery & Daniel Winslow, '75 

Lawn between Peterson Hall & Ford Hall - 3:30 p.m. 
(Gymnasium, in case of inclement weather) 



SINGSPIRATION HOUR 

QAKWDOD STYLE 

FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1975 
6:30 p. m. 



PRESENTATION OF COLORS - QAKWOOD COLLEGE PATHFINDERS 
Ronald Edmonds, Director 

Directors Delbert Baker, '75 & Russell Bates, '75 

Pianist Lela Thomas , '55 

Organist Helen Wiggan Beckett, '45 



I. CONGREGATIONAL SINGING 

" City Of Light" 
"I Am On The Battlefield" 
"Oh My Loving Brother When The World's On Fire" 



II. MALE CHORUS (C. E. Moseley, Director) 



III. CONGREGATIONAL SINGING 

"Have You Got Good Religion" 
"Plenty Good Roan" 



IV. 



COMMUNITY CHOi:^ (Stanley Ware, Director) 
"The Marvelous Work" 



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VESPER SERVICE 

Friday Eve 
6:50 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. 



Coordinator: Winton Forde, '63 

Dean of Men 
Pianist: Lela Thomas, '65 
Organist: Ann Galley, '45 
Ushers: Senior Class Meribers 



( 

OFFICIAL WEEKEM) OPENING 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

HYMN OF PRAISE 

PRAYER OF THANKS 

ROLL CALL 

MALE CHORUS 

THE INSPIRED WDRD 

SOLOIST "Calvary" 

THE INSPIRED WORD 

THE CATHEDRAL QUARTETTE 



Frank Davis, President 

Minneola Williams, Vice President 

James Moseley, '45 

Vera Bradford Braxton, '35 

Myrtle Gates Murphy, '25 

Elder C. E. MDseley, '23 
Director 

Elder Earl Moore, '45 

Pearl Harvey Williams, '65 

Elder Earl Moore, '45 



"0 Didn't They 
Crucify" 



THE INSPIRED WORD 
GONGREGATKQN AL SINGING 
BENEDICTION 



James Edgeconbe, '56 

William Scales, '56 

Elbert Shepherd, '56 

Benjamin Reaves, '56 

Elder Earl Moore, '45 

"He Lives" 

Hurley Phillips, '35 



* * * * FELLOWSHIP SUPPER WILL FOLLOW IMMEDIATELY 

IN COLLEGE CAFETERIA FOR ALUMNI & GUESTS * * * * 



Sponsored By - Oakwood College Local Alimni Chapter 



EIGHTH ANNUAL ALUMNI HOMECOMING 
SABBATH SCHOOL PROGRAM 
9:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. 

A S H B Y HALL 
"A Pearl of Great Price for Now and Eternity" 



Opening Song Mr. Thomas Jefferson Douglas 'A5 

(Alternate) Elder Eugene F. Carter '45 

Prayer Elder Earl Moore '55 

Solo Mrs. Cordell E. Williamson '45 

Welcome Mrs. Myrtle Gates Murphy '25 

Trio Mesdames Cordell E. Williamson 

Ann E. Galley & Mercedes M. Mundy '45 

Minutes Mrs. Retha Anderson Crenshaw'45 

Secretary 

Mission '45 - "Restless The world Is ... Mr. James Mosley*45 

Made Right" 

Solo Mrs. Gloria Jackson Singleton '65 

The Pearl of '45 - "Alumni Alive . . Mrs. Cordell Williamson '45 

in '75" 

Silent Salute in Memory of Mrs. Roberta C. Edwards '45 

Lesson Study Elder Eugene F. Carter '45 

Acknowledgment of Visitors . . .Mrs. Hurley Frazier Phillips '35 

Trio Mesdames Cordell E. Williamson 

Ann E. Galley & Mercedes M. Mundy '45 

Remarks Mrs. Ruth M. Greene'45 

Super int end ent 

Benediction Ronald Edmonds '75 



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EIGHTH ANNUAL ALUMNI HOMECOMING 

SABBATH SCHOOL PROGRAM 
Presented By The College Senior Class of 1975 

9:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. 



MORAN HALL 



Superintendents: Jason Edgecombe '75 

Purette Bethea '75 

Song Leaders: Calvin Preston '75 

Mark Golson '75 



WELCOME Superintendents '75 

OPENING PRAYER Mrs. Kathy Dobbins '65 

MINUTES Mrs. Gwendolyn Ward '75 

SPECIAL MUSIC Laverne Davis '75 

Vocalist 

MISSION STORY Delores D'Andrade '75 

OFFERTORY Tyrone Barnes '75 

LESSON STUDY Albert Johnson '75 

Linda McClearv '75 

Dante Tobias '75 

Evelyn Dennis '75 

Larry Bass '75 

Delbert Baker '75 

SPECIAL MUSIC Noelette Leeder 1^ Senior Class Ouartet 

CLOSING REMARKS Superintendents '75 

BENEDICTION Dr. David Richardson '65 



Pianists: Miriam Wright & Wayne Rahming 



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EIGOTH ANNUAL PJJJmi HOMECt^ttNr; 
SABBATH SCHOOL PROGRAM 
9:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. 

EDWARDS HALL 



Superintendent Brian Smith 

Song Service James Frazier 

Gerald Kibble 

Scripture Marlyce Robinscn 

Prayer Ruth Williams 

Welccme Oscar Gunn 

Special Music Hadassah Young 

Mission Story Debra Crawford 

Special Music Senior Ensemble 

Special Feature Mr. Alfred Earnpton 

Lesson Study Cynthia Jessuo 

Donald Bedney 

Arthur Andrews 

Anqela Wilson 

Audrey Norman 

Closing Remarks & Flayer Brian -Smith 



Pianist: Maurice Byrd 



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ElCami ANNUAL ALUMNI HOMEXXMENG 
SABBATH WORSHIP PROGRAM 
10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 

A S H B Y 



Prelude Organist 

Processional 

* * * 

Introit Ministers 

Doxology Congregation 

Invocation Mr. Thonas Douglass, '45 

* * * 

Music . . . "Ye Shall Have A Song" . . . The College Choir 
Wslcone & Special Announcements Frank Davis, President 

National Alumni Association 

* * * 

Hymn of Worship Elder Leonard Draggon '65 

Scripture Reading Elder Earle Moore '55 

Prayer Elder C. T. Richards '38 

* * * 

Offertory Elder H. L. Lee '63 

Music The Cathedral Quartette 

Introduction of Speaker C. B. Rock, President 

Oakvrood College 

Music Pearl Harvey Williams ' 55 

SERMON Dr. Benjamin Reaves '55 

Hymn of Invitation Eugene Armstead, Sr. '75 

Benediction Elder E. C. Ward, Pastor 

Oakwood College Church 

Congregation Dismissed by Ushers 



Organists: Helen W. Beckett 
Marcellus Breech 

Pianist: Lela Thomas 



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EIGOTH ANNUAL PJJjmi HOMECOKI>}G 
SABBATO WORSHIP PROGRAM 
10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 

MORAN HALL 



Prelude Organist 

Prcxiiessional 

* * * 

Introit Ministers 

Doxology Congreqation 

Invocation Morris Patterson '75 

* * * 

Music .... "ly^ Eternal King" The Philadelphia Choir 

Welcome & Special Announcements Elder E. E. Rogers '43 

* * * 

Hymn of Worship Herbert Davis '55 

Scripture Reading David Trusty '75 

Prayer Roland Hill '45 

* * * 

Offertory Elder J. E. Roache 

Music .... "Redenption Draweth Nigh" . . . The Philadelphia QToir 

Introduction of Speaker Elder M. A. Warren '58 

Music ... "I Lay My Sins On Jesus" Gwendolyn ^oster 

SERMON Elder Eugene Carter '45 

Hymn of Invitation Elder K. E. Forde 

Benediction Elder R. E. Tottress 

Associate Pastor, Oakvrood College Church 

Congregation Dismissed by Ushers 



Organist: Allan Foster 
Pianist: Ann Galley, '45 



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EIGHTH AMNUAL ALUMNI H0MEX:X3MING 
SABBATH MDRSHIP PROGRAM 
10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 

EDWARDS HALL 



Prelude Organist 

Processional 

* * * 

Introit Ministers 

Doxology Congregation 

Invocation Donald Bedney 

* * * 

Music GLOAYA 

Welcone & Special Announcements ........ Elder David Taylor 

Oakwood College Chaplain 

* * * 

Hymn of l-forship Terrell Nev^y 

Scripture Reading Arthur Andrev/s 

Prayer Henry Beck 

* * * 

Offertory Elder C. Tivy 

Introduction of Speaker Elder David Taylor 

Music GLOAYA 

SERMON Elder Willie S. Lee, '65 

Associate Pastor, Ephesus 
S.D.A. Church, New York 

Hymn of Invitation Arthur Andxeivs 

Benediction William R. Wright, Jr. 

Congregation Dismissed by Ushers 



Organist: Pastor Gerald Pennick 
Pianist- Maurice Byrd 



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THE HISTORY OF OAKWOOD COLLEGE IN MUSICAL TONES 

Sabbath Afternoon Ashby Hall 

4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

Production Manager Minneola Williams. 

Narrator Pres. C. B. Rock 

Archivist Mrs. Clara Rock 

Stage & Technician Manager 
Mrs. Mable Norman 

I 

In 1895 

Slide of Elders 01 sen & Irwin 



MUSIC 



MUSIC 



MUSIC 



MUSIC 



MUSIC 



MUSIC 



MUSIC 
MUSIC 



MUSIC 



I I 
In 1905 

B. E. Nicola, Principal 

I I I 
In 1915 

C. J. Boyd, Principal 

IV 

In 1925 

J. A. Tucker, President 

V 

In 1935 

J. L. Moran, President 



Male Chorus 



Male Chorus 



Male Chorus 



HARMONY KINGS 



HARMOm' KINGS 



V I 

In 1945 

F. L. Peterson, President 
OAKWOOD'S FIRST COMMENCEMENT EXERCISE FOR 
B.A. DEGREE 



V II 

In 1955 

G. J. Millet, President 



VIII 
In 1965 

A. V. Pinkney, President 

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INSTRUMENTAL ENSENCBLE S: 

Mrs. Pearl Harvey Williams. ': 



COMNtLTXTTV CHOIR 
CATHEDRAL QUARTETTE 



PHILADELPHIA CHOIR 



STH ANNUAL BANQUET FOR QAKVroOD ALUMNI 

7:30 - 10:30 p.m. - Saturday Night 
March 29, 1975 



SOCIAL HOUR 7:30 - 8:15 p.m. 

MX>D MUSIC BY 

C. B. Tivy, '49 ... . Keyboard Instrumentalist 

Frantz Belharme, '75 Violinist 

Michael Rice Saxophonist 

J. Phillip Williams, '76 Pianist 

NEGRO NATiasiAL ANTHEM Instrumental Ensemble 

(Wendell Loadholt, Saxophonist; Anthony Paschal, Trumpeter, 
Carlyle Langhom, Tnjrpeter; Ronald McCowan, Flautist) 

PRAYER H. M. Mouzon, '59 

REMARKS Frank Davis, President 

INTRDDUCTION OF OFFICERS Minneola D. Williams, '51 

MUSIC Walter Arties 

PRESENTATION OF AP^RDS Harold L. Lee, '63 

ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR - Elder W. R. Robinson, '36 

ALUMNAE OF THE YEAR - Mrs. Pat Berry Bums, '54 

PARENTS OF THE YEAR - Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cartwright 

CERTIFICATES OF MERIT 

Miss Lona Nell Lea Allegheny East Conference 

Mrs. Connie S. Mayfield Allegheny West Conference 

Eugene Carter, Central States Conference 

Earl Calloway Lake Region Conference 

Emerson C. Whidbee Northeastern Conference 

Alice Follette South Atlantic Conference 

W. E. Coopwood South Central Conference 

Dorice W. Allen Southwestern Region Conference 

Mr. Otj-S Goldsmith Southern California Conference 

Col. Leonard Johnson Southern Calif oimia Conference 

MOVIES "You In Oakwood's History" 

REMARKS President C. B. Rock, '52 

ANNOUNCEMENTS Minneola D. Williams, '51 

THE QAKWDOD COLLEGE SONG "Our Dear OakMXDd" 

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- THE MENU - 
Chicken Croquettes with Mashrocm Gravy. . . .Broccoli. . . .Candied Yams 
Lettuce Wedges. , . .Rolls. . . .Punch. . . .Walnut Layer Cake 

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ALOMNI-SPONSOPED 



STUDEMT RECREATIOMAL ACTIVITY 



General Coordinator - Zeola Allston 



Saturday Night - March 29, 1975 
8:00 p.m. 



SKATO-RAMA (8:30 - 10:30 p.m.) 
College Gymnasium 



Coordinators : 

Organists : 
Entertainers : 
Ticket Collectors; 



Joe Pedcross, C. Ates, 

R. Smith, R. Mikesell 

Gerald Pennick & Ajmold Dean 

Male Trio 

C. E. Galley, Ruby Troy, 

Ralph Davis, Janice Pressley, 

Betty Nichols 



BASKEIBAUL GAME (10:30 p.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
Coordinator: Maurice Long 

1975 ALL STARS VS 1974 Ali STT^PS 
SPLASH PARTY - NATATORIUM 



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MEET THE PRESIDENTS' BREAKFAST 

Sunday, March 30, 1975 
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. 

ODordinator: Mrs. Sarah Richardson 



Hostesses: Mrs. Ethel Hardy 
Mrs. Edna Dailey 
Mrs. Lovey Davis Verdun 
Mrs. Ruth DuPre 
Mrs. Frances Hudson Bliss 
Mrs. Miriam Davis 
Dr. Rosa Hadlsy 
Miss Debra Clarke 
Mrs. Geraldine Ogbum 



CHAPTERS 

Atlanta & Boston 
Chicago & Cincinatti 
Colurttous & Cleveland 
Huntsville & Hartford 
Indianapolis & Kansas City 
Michiana & Milwaukee 
Nashville & Miami 
New York & Pine Forge 
OaJcwood & Orlando 
California & Riverside 
St. Louis & Roosevelt 
Washington & Dallas 
Winston-Salem & Denver 
Merrphis 



BUJjT'ET TABLES 

Fruit 

Sweet Rolls 

Donuts 

Toast 

Granola 

Special K 

Scrambled Eggs 

Boiled Eggs 

Linketts 

Juices St Milk 

Fruit 

Sweet Rolls 

Donuts 

Toast 



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0. C. NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
BUSINESS MEETING 
March 29, 1975 



AGENDA 



I. OPENING PRAYER 

II. MINUTES 

III. TREASURER'S REPORT 

IV. OLD BUSINESS 

V. REPORTS - COLLEGE OFFICERS 

a. President 

b. Business Manager 

c. Academic Dean 

d. Dean of Students 

e. Director of Development & Alumni Affairs 

VI. SPECIAL REPORTS 

a. Constitution Committee 

b. Meritorious Awards Committee 

c. Scholarship Committee 

VII. APPOINTMENT OF REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS 

VIII. ALUMNARIAN 

IX. HOMECOMING - 1976 

X. RECOMMENDATIONS 

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USHERS 

Coordinator - Oliver Davis, '56 
Senior Class Members 
Local Alumni Chapter Representatives 



POSTERS & SIGNS 



Coordinator 
Artists 



Mrs. Zeola Allston 
Rogis Williams 
Ezra Mendinghall 
Granville Jones 
Frank Jackson 
Ronda Gipson 



PHYSICAL PLANT & SECURITY FORCE 

Coordinator - Harry Dobbins, '68 
Volunteers from Student Body 



REGISTRATION CLERKS 

Staff & Faculty 
Students 
Local Alumni Chapter Representatives 



HOSTS & HOSTESSES 



Mrs. Ethel Hardy 

Mrs. Edna Dai ley 

Mrs. Lovey Davis Verdun 

Mrs, Ruth DuPre 

Mrs. Frances Hudson Bliss 

Miss Miriam Davis 

Miss Debra Clarke 

Mrs. Geraldine Ogburn 



Dean & Mrs. C. Thomas 
Mr. & Mrs. John Odiase 
Dean & Mrs. Roy Malcolm 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul Brantley 
Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Davis 
Elder & Mrs. X. Butler 
Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Ross 
Mr. & Mrs. Victor Brooks 



Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Geno D'Andrade 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Victor Brooks 


Mr. 


& Mrs, 


Bill McKenzie 


Mr. 


Fi Mrs. 


Tonv Paul 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


J. Edgecombe 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Robert Pressley 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Dante Tobias 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Ernest Young 



GUIDES & AIDES 

Pathfinders 
Director - Ronald Edmonds 



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YOUR 
REGISTRATION FEE 
PROVIDES YOU .. 



1. A RECEIPT FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL ALUMNI OPERATiaJS. 

2. ADMITTANCE TO BANQUET (Saturday Night - Carriage Inn 

7:30 - 10:30 p.m. 

3. ALUMNARIUM 

4 . A VOICE IN POLICY MAKING 

5. IT'S TAX DEDUCTIBLE 

6. A SOUVENIR PROGRAM 

7. A BUMPER STICKER 

8. A NAME BADGE 

9. A SCRATCH PAD 

10. A PEN OR PENCIL 



Fees may be paid at - Blake Center & Security Booths 



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ALUMNI LOCAL LEADEPSHIP 



Ms. Kate Settle Atlanta Chapter 

Mr. Leone James Bermuda Chapter 

Mrs. Dolores Rox Boston Chapter 

Mr. Earl Calloway Chicago Chapter 

Mr. Fred Frazier Cincinnati Chapter 

Elder E. T. Miitms Cleveland Chapter 

Mrs. Connie Mayfield Columbus Chapter 

Elder J. Edgeconbe Denver Chapter 

Mrs. Helen Beckett Dallas Chapter 

Dr. Jessie M. Bradley HartforxJ Chapter 

Elder H. Mouzon Huntsville Chapter 

Mrs. Thomasine Wright Indianapolis Chapter 

Elder S. H. Cox Kansas City Chapter 

Mr. Festus Valentine Michigan Chapter 

Mrs. Susan Smith Milwaukee Chapter 

Mr. Jirmie Brown Miami Chapter 

Ms. Jacqueline Sims Menphis Chapter 

Dr. Al Swan Nashville Chapter 

Mr. Samuel Rashford * New York Chapter 

Mrs. Susie Shumey Oakvrood Chapter 

Mrs. Ruth Stokes Orlando Chapter 

Mr. HeriDert Davis . Pine Forge Chapter 

Elder Willie Lee, Jr Roosevelt Chapter 

Mrs. Angela Wilson Riverside Chapter 

Mr. Frank Stone Southern Califoimia Chpater 

Elder E. F. Carter St. Louis Chapter 

Mrs. Myrtle Murphy Washington Chapter 



ALUMNI REGIONAL LEADERSHIP 



Elder John Smith 
Elder Auldwin Humphrey 
Elder Sherman Cox 
Mrs. Edna Williamson 
Elder Walter Kisack 
Elder H. T. Saulter 
Elder Joseph Hinson 
Mr. T. T. Frazier 
Elder V. L. Itoberts 



Allegheny East 

Allegheny West 

Central States Conference 

Northeastern 

Northern California 

Pacific Union 

South Atlantic 

South Central 

Southwest Region 



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